Reviews and Problems with Nikon 77mm Neutral Color NC Filter
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pastorm1, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: Seems well constructed and threaded easily onto my 24-120 Nikon lens. I also didn't have any issues with the lens cap. As far as telling if it is quality glass, I really have no way of knowing other than to say my photos look fine.
Pros: Clear Optics, Easily Mounted, Firm Mount, Strong Construction
Excerpt: UV filters are very popular recommendations for lens protection with many retailers. The problem is that they tend to diminish resolution even with the more expensive alternatives. For years I went without this added protection because of the distortion.
Pros: Clear Optics, Easily Mounted, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Great clear filter for protecting quality lenses. Since there is no color to the filter you don't need to worry about making any corrections. The glass is quality glass and really doesn't impact the quality of the picture when using professional lenses.
Excerpt: I recently purchased a Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200mm f/2.8G ED VR II Lens to add to my bag for sports photography. I added the best NC Glass Nikon filter to the best Nikon lens. Installs with ease and works flawlessly. Pictures are incredible.
Excerpt: A clear protective filter is one of the most important protective devices that you can have for any and every lens. Spending hundreds if not thousands of dollars for a lens and not protecting it from scratches, dirt, the elements seems almost crazy. A must have for every lens!
Excerpt: I purchased my Nikon Holy Trinity because I want the very best glass for my Nikon D800. Protecting this investment is Simple Fast and relatively Inexpensive with this high quality Nikon NC protective filter. It's the "No Brainer" solution I recommend to all my friends.